0—26:50 interview and session with the late, blind kamale ngoni player Vieux Kante, in Bamako 2005 26:50—56:30 jams with Bassekou Kouyate and family at his house. 56:30—1:48:00 jams and conversation with Bassekou and Bela Fleck. Topics: Mali, kamale ngoni, Vieux Kante, Bassekou Kouyate, Bela Fleck, griot music, Wassoulou music
Salsa dura from New York, frevo from northeastern Brazil, chimurenga from Zimbabwe, Afrobeat from around the world, and more. These are styles that feature the punch and emotion that only a prominent horn section can deliver. We'll hear the Gangbe Brass Band, the Spanish Harlem Orchestra live in New York, classic Congo music from el maestro Franco, Brooklyn's own Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra and others.
Hip hop, revolución! : nationalizing rap in Cuba -- The revolution of the body : reggaetón and the politics of dancing -- The Havana you don't know : urban music and the late socialist city -- Cuban hip hop all stars: transnationalism and the politics of representation -- Conclusion: the rise and fall of Havana hip hop Topics: Buena Vista Social Club (Musical group), Rap (Music), Reggaetón, Music